• Yup. And squabbling over a few dollars isn’t going to make me rich or amend all the wasted money. I think it would be different if I was looking to do this as a career. I just want less stuff!

  1. Maureen

    Good strategy. I for one have decided to close my closet with almost 140k followers and over 1200 sales I’m just tired of it all the sharing and the constant issues with buyers. I just feel like it’s a huge time suck and people do t want to pay much for anything these days. I joined in 2013 and used to do really well on here to the point I sourced hundreds of items to keep up woth demand. I also found that smaller sizes do not sell well at all. If anyone knows of a platform for that I’d love to know. Thx for posting!

  2. I’ve noticed too there is just so much more supply on Poshmark now as the user base expanded. Buyers have more options, if they don’t like the price they’ll buy something else or find the same exact article of clothing and buy from whomever has the best price.

  3. Oh lordy, Poshmark is an interesting place. I buy on there and I assume that the offered price, or the discount they send after I’ve liked the item is a fair price. So many sellers “suddenly discovered it was the wrong listing” when I accepted their price. Ma’ams! Just list a truthful price and be done. I’m not here to play games. I’m trying to find the hot pink trousers in my size. And no, I don’t want to bundle something from your closet or an extra “thank you” with my purchase. I just want the item I picked. Sigh.

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